Ensuring Accessible Academic Video and Course Content

Date of broadcast: Wed, 02/06/19

It is vitally important—both ethically and legally—that any institution’s faculty members and other content creators ensure the accessibility of course content and instructional materials for all learners, regardless of ability or disability.

Attend this web seminar to learn how to ensure the accessibility of academic video and instructional materials across your campus. The director of learning technologies at University of South Carolina Upstate will outline some strategies for developing a universal design for learning (UDL) framework to guide the design and creation of accessible course content at any institution.

Topics will include:

  • Emphasizing the importance of accessibility to faculty
  • Developing a universal design for learning (UDL) framework
  • Using captioning tools and workflows in instructional video
  • Strategies for ensuring accessible instructional materials on your campus

Scheduled speakers:

Cindy Jennings
Director of Learning Technologies
Academic Affairs
University of South Carolina Upstate

Who will benefit: Higher ed leaders interested in accessibility, technology or video Anyone may attend.